This Dolby Trailers page lists all the Dolby trailers we have at thedigitaltheater.com. To playback the MKV files in Dolby TrueHD you will need a media player such as Media Player Classic Home Cinema () or a Media Server such as that can output the Lossless stream via HDMI to an AV Receiver that supports Dolby TrueHD. These files have been tested with both MPC-HC and Plex. To enjoy the MKV files in Dolby ATMOS, in addition to the requirements above, your AV Receiver must support Dolby ATMOS and you must have additional ceiling mounted speakers or Dolby Atmos enabled speakers. Without those you will still experience the audio in Lossless TrueHD.
Interested in our customizable pre-show trailer? Jeremy Challenge question for you: I have some.mkv Dolby Atmos BluRay backups and I’d like to play them on my TV. My TV is a new LG 4K TV with a webOS that has Plex. I also have the new Apple TV that has the Plex app installed. The receiver is a Denon Atmos enabled receiver and I’m using the ARC channel on the TV & Receiver. How should I “stream” the video file in order to enjoy the Atmos audio.
Should I use the Plex app on the TV, the Plex app on the new Apple TV, or play the file via a USB stick directly into my TV (i.e. Still TV output via ARC but with no Plex app needed) Or will none of these give me the result I need? I’ve trolled the internet for days and can’t find any definitive answer. Lastly, I do see that the Amazon FireTV (new Nov. 2015 one) supports Atmos (EC3_JOC) so should I buy that box instead so that Atmos would work OR am I still limited by the Plex app capabilities Lots to ponder, but the outcome that I want is simple — to enjoy Atmos sound that’s contained in the.mkv file I have •. Addi Dear Jonathan and everyone, I have an Onkyo NR3030 with an HP Envy M7-N109 laptop hooked up to via HDMI.
I have tried multiple players on the laptop such as VLC’, and MPC-HC, regular media player from Windows 10 and so far I have not been able to have my receiver display the “Dolby Atmos” signal. The most my receiver will display is either “Multichannel”, DTS, or Dolby Digital. I have 7.1.4 set up, therefore my speaker and setup work perfectly on a Bluray with Atmos. The problem is just going through the laptop for some reason. Appreciate anyone that can help me. Alex Hi, I am new to surround sound in general and Dolby Atmos in particular so please excuse what may be a dumb question.
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I grabbed all the Atmos samples from here and then got information about them via mediainfo. This told me that they were all 7.1 files with two fronts and a centre channel, two side (surround) channels, two rear channels and an LFE channel. There was no mention of any ceiling / height channels. My receiver, the Marantz 7010 is a 9.2 receiver with the possibility of going to 11.2 by using an external stereo amp. When I eventually move into my dedicated cinema room I intend to set up a system incorporating two fronts and a centre, two sides, two rears and two ceiling speakers along with a couple of subwoofers.
My question is will these files give me the true Atmos experience despite mediainfo not reporting any ceiling channels as being present? Glen Hi there, I have just bought an Onkyo TX RZ800 running 7.2.2 speakers (rear ceilings) and would love to demo it with these files and tweak the levels (AccuEQ is fine but I like to tinker!) I can’t seem to download them? It says to “save link as” but I only have “save target as” and that appears to be the html page. Am I a dinosaur and doing it wrong? Would love to spend the day THX reffing these files. Is it my laptop or are the files no longer downloadable by right click?
Also, will they work with 7.2.2 i.e two subs? Glen Hi Jonathan- excellent – thanks! I managed to download them shortly afterward. What a great afternoon of surround it was. Amaze Atmos is stunning – a real lesson in articulating the sound around the speakers. But I have a question on Atmos if I may? I have an Onkyo RZTX800 (only had it a week or two so still tweaking it!) It’s a THX 7.2.2, wired up accordingly with the heights placed at rear and the amp has been configured to know that array etc.
But I played Everest BD and the rear surrounds are silent. The Heights worked and the film sounded phenomenal, (ridiculous sub-sonics across the last 50 mins!) but nothing from the rear surrounds? The Amaze Atmos demo went around all 9.2 speakers in truly wonderful surround, but the movie didn’t touch the rear surrounds. Is this an Onkyo set up issue? Or a BD encoding issue i.e that’s what the studio wants= 5.2.2 not 7.2.2 I’m still learning about the ‘listening modes’ and the amp defaults to ‘Dolby Atmos’ once the film starts as I have the input default as ‘direct’ for BD.
Is there an Onkyo setting that will kick the rears in as well as the heights? Or am I way off track and it’s encoded in the BD not to do that.
I’m a little confused as to what I should be getting from an Atmos setting as I thought setting the amp up as 7.1.2 would send sound to all the speakers as well as the heights? Sorry for the long explanation. Jonathan Post author Hi Glen, It sounds like you have everything set up correctly. Have you confirmed that there actually no audio in the rear channels when playing Everest? I would actually go and put your ear close to a rear speaker to confirm that there is nothing but silence. The Everest track is 7.1 atmos, so there should be something there. I find my rear speakers to be very difficult to isolate when watching a movie, and really the Dolby Amaze trailer is the best example I have heard of an actual sound in the rear channels where I could honestly sense the sound moving behind me.
For the most part I find the rears help to give the surround soundstage better balance and coverage. Anyway, play Everest again and go up to your rear channels and confirm if they are indeed silent.
Glen Hi Jonathan I’ve reset my RZ800 and my BD player and then double checked the rears again with Everest and they are still silent. The heights are kicking in nicely but no sound from the rears. I think I know what the issue might be: My Onkyo is 7.2.2 (with separate speaker posts for rear surrounds and separate speaker posts for heights) but it’s actually only a 5.2.2 Atmos system.
So perhaps a 7.1 Atmos encoded BD simply resorts to 5.1 Atmos on my RZ800 and shuts off the rear surrounds?? I think it’s a way of being able to flick between 7.1 BD content and Atmos content without reconfiguring your amp or mucking about with cables etc.
So it would explain why there is no Atmos content coming from the rears as my amp simply doesn’t push sound to them. Strange thing is that you and another person ( including a BD review site,) all say that Everest is in Dolby Atmos and Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit), but my disc does not have any choice within the Audio menu – it just says Dolby Atmos.with no DTHD7.1 choice?
Perhaps if I could select that DTHD7.1 option and not the Dolby Atmos option, it would ping sound around in 7.1 and my rear speakers would start singing (but the two heights would remain silent as they only kick in when detecting an Atmos signal) any idea on how I access the DTHD7.1 choice?. Or perhaps it’s my idiotic brain not accepting that 7.1 = 1fl, 2cc, 3fr, 4sl, 5sr, 6lh, 7rh,.1sub = 7.1! And that Atmos isn’t supposed to work your rears, it’s supposed to work your heights! Haha, I’m tying myself in knots here. Eric Greetings. I recently bought an Nvidia Shield TV 2017 (which supports both ATMOS and DTS X) to compliment my Onkyo TX-NR646. I then downloaded most of the ATMOS and “lossless” samples from here and they sound EXCELLENT.
I love the “Amaze”, “Leaf”, and “Dolby Cinema-Element” the mosttruly immersive. I have a 5.2.2 setup NOT a 5.1.2 🙂. The “.2” in the middle is actually a split signal between my subwoofer and a tactile transducer (Crowson Tech) for a better subsonic experience. I don’t have to crank my subwoofer now to “feel” the lows since the transducers are doing that.
I do have a question though. I have a few movies which have a 5.1 or 7.1 TrueHD signal support but the “ATMOS” indicator doesn’t light up on my Onkyo. May I ask why? Bulbul Hi Jonathan, thanks for all these dolby files.
I have bought an Onkyo TX-R710 receiver (yes it supports dolby atmos) and I have setup my speakers to 5.1.2 settings. I have a Sony x930d 4K TV. I have downloaded some of the files and put them on a flash drive and played the files via the TV’s USB port.
But unfortunately I am not getting my receiver to detect the audios in Dolby. Although the receiver do pick it when playing all my other movies which ranges from Dolby Atmos to DTS X. And strangely enough the DTSX files which I downloaded from your website, seems to be working perfectly. I am in now way an audio expert nor in this receiver so I wouldnt have a clue whats going on. Autocom Delphi 2013 R3 Keygen Crack Idm.
Would really love to hear your opinion in this. Kevin Hi, I tried your method but the video only contains stereo audio, verified through my receiver (Its also only 43 megabytes, no way it could contain Atmos) However I found the actual place where Dolby keeps the trailer in true Atmos albeit not lossless. My receiver says its Dolby Digital+ embedded with Atmos (same format Netflix is using to deliver Atmos) (Windows 10 required): Open the Microsoft Edge browser (Currently the only one with Dolby Audio support. Next go here: Select HLS on Universe Fury demo (Some idiot named it incorrectly), The demo will now stream in Dolby Atmos if your equipment is setup correctly. I dont know how to download it directly, but I wish there was a way for our convenience. This took me a long time to find, but its great.
Lots of activity in the overhead channels (no upmixing). I have 7.1.4 setup.
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Testing your configuration to listen to surround music This is a simplified manual. You can find detailed information in the ' Testing your Home Cinema compatibility with Surround-CDs First check that your Home Cinema is capable of playing Dolby Digital Surround 5.1 (DVD player, digital connection, amplifier, speakers). Dolby Digital 5.1 is arguably the most common format. If your installation doesn't play correctly surround sound, you can not listen to Surround CDs. Take a rewritable CD for your tests. Save this zip file and unzip it.
You will get the file TestMySurround-en.dbr.wav Launch your burning software, choose to burn an Audio-CD, add TestMySurround-fr.dbr.wav in the list and burn the CD-RW. If you still need help on how to burn an Audio-CD, but also to learn a few tips, see the Now take this CD, turn down the volume on your amplifier, put the CD into the DVD-Reader and carefully turn up the volume. If your system is compatible, your amplifier should automatically detect Surround, and you should hear a voice coming successively from the different speakers.
If it works, your Home Cinema is compatible with the DBR.WAV files sold on our site. If the amplifier does not detect the Dolby Digital or, even worse, plays a noisy digital rattling, stop immediately the reading. Your system is not compatible. In some cases, the reading is correct, but the sound is played a little slow. You will judge whether it is acceptable or not. If the reading is correct, but a few digital clicks sometimes appear, this is due to using a rewritable CD instead of a CD-R and/or potentially due to an excessive burning speed.
Do not even read the Surround CD with a Stereo-CD Player, it is not compatible. Testing surround music on your computer Make sure your computer is equipped with a 5.1-surround kit and that surround works. As of now, in terms of media player software, we have a strong preference for VLC Media Player (a freeware; see ). Download Play it on your computer with VLC. You should hear a voice successively coming out from each speaker.
If this works, your computer is compatible with the DBR.AC3 files sold on our site. Following the same principle, you can test the OGG format with Note: using VLC, you can also read the Surround-CD that you may have burned to test it on your Home Cinema. For those who use Windows but do not want to use VLC: Download Play it with Windows Media Player. You should hear a voice successively coming out of each speaker.
If this works, your computer is compatible with the DBR.WMA files sold on our site.